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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
A Public Sale That Will Attract Breeders From All Parts of America Stanton and Boartner Sale This being our first public sale offering , we are determined to make it of such high character as will attract buyers from all parts of America . Nothing but tops in this sale. 30 Sows by the Great Boars of the Breed 4 great sows by HANDSOME LEE ; 4 by MASTERPIECE CLIMAX ; 2 by IDEAL MASTERPIECE ; 1 by LONGFELLOW PREMIER C; 2 by COLLEGE MASTERPIECE ; 1 by PREMIER FRANCIS ; 5 by BURGOMASTER ; 1 by LEES ARTFUL PREMIER 2d , 1 by BARON LEE OF RIVERSIDE A better bred lot and a better lot individually has never been offered at public sale. --Aurora, Illinois, Friday, Aug. 19, 1910--In the offering will be five sows with litters. Many of these great sows will be bred to College Model Masterpiece, a son of Masterpiece, out of College Matron 3d, the great Star Masterpiece sow bought in the Gregory Farm sale by A. J. Lovejoy &amp; Son. College Model Masterpiece is a great breeder. Several sow...
CONSERVATION OF ENERGY AND ITS RELATION TO THE DAIRYMAN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
CONSERVATION OF ENERGY AND ITS RELATION TO THE DAIRYMAN By WILBER J. FRASER, Chief in Dairy Husbandry A Greater Problem than Saving Forests and Mines---Chain of Evidence Showing Enormous Waste in Common , Careless , Methods--While in Great Contrast to this the Highest Rewards of the Farm are Secured Through Trained and Intelligent Judgment--The High Profits of Good Dairying are Closely Related to Home Comforts and Contentment of the Boy on the Farm. Conservation of the Dairyman's Energy. One of the biggest national problems which is receiving attention today, is the conservation of our national resources. No one doubts the importance or timeliness of this great question. But a still larger problem for us to consider is the saving of human energy, for there is much waste of human lives in weary, unprofitable toil. To many a dairyman this conservation means that he could increase his profits tenfold, as others have done, without running down the land or robbing some other farm, by sim...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
GREAT INVESTMENT FOR FARMERS Lots in Whittier Place , Springfield, Ill. Dollars Down. Washington Park 2 Dollars a week. 2 Lots $3 Weekly Lots at the price of one near by. So. Grand Ave. Car Lines 11 Blocks from State House Hawthorne Spring St. Car Place Get off here walk block south Interurban Line Interurban stops here. Laurel St. Spauldings 300 Trees Whittier Place Carefully Restricted 1 Block from Residential addition Lawrence School Property adjoining and near Whittier Place has doubled and trebled its value in last five years Big Money Is Made-- "Buy Cheap Land Near Dear Land" every year in Springfield Real Estate . It's no is the saying of the shrewdest investors. It's a wonder . This big healthy growing city is in the good maxium to follow and the hundreds of richest section of the world . Railroads and Inter- people living in Springfield who now own high urban lines run out of Springfield in every direction . priced real estate , bought their properties from Factories are lo...
Hog Notes--By a Practical Hog Man [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
Hog Notes--By a Practical Hog Man. A. J. Lovejoy, Roscoe, III . Making Hogs of the Spring Pigs . To wean the spring crop of pigs and not let them get any set back is what every grower of swine should try to do . It is a critical time in the life of a pig to be weaned and yet little danger of any trouble or let up in growth , if attended to right . Where one is in the habit of letting the pigs suckle till three months old there is little, if any trouble for the pigs are practically already weaned and the sow well dried up if left till this age . If it is desired to wean the youngsters early--say at 8 weeks old --it will take more care , and yet can be done easily . It would be well to commence about one week before wanting to wean and feed the sows a dry feed to stop in a measure the full flow of milk , and at the same time the pigs should have their regular feed of good rich slop , as usual . If sows seem to be giving a full flow of milk it is well to remove them only during the day...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
"Out there in Kansas" SUTTON'S Sensational Offering of 40 sows bred by or bred to Berryton Duke Jr. No 77341 Berryton Duke Jr . Unquestionably the Greatest Sire of Uniformly High Class Litters the Breed has Produced 15 Daughters of Berryton Duke Jr . bred to Kansas Masterpiece. 25 show sows and gilts bred to Berryton Duke Jr. 4 Outstanding Boars sired by Berryton Duke Jr. Kansas Masterpiece by Masterpiece ; one of his greatest sons . 2 under year show herds. 2 under 6 months show herds. The size , quality and extreme finish of the entire offering will illustrate the value of Black Robinhood blood . Sale to be held Tuesday, Aug. 16th AT SUTTON FARM , :: :: :: Lawrence, Kansas ONE HOURS RIDE FROM KANSAS CITY
We Have Over 50 Spring Pigs [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
We Have Over 50 Spring Pigs. Holton, Kans . Editor Berkshire World, Dear Sir:--Our hogs are doing fine, have over 50 spring pigs. We purchased an extra good boar at D. G. Page's dispersal sale at Topeka, out of Royal Majestic 4th by Commodore. Four weeks ago we bought Imported Baron Compton of Geo. W. Berry &amp; Sons, so with the sows we have we expect something fine. We wish to thank you for the in- terest you have taken in trying to gpet us a good boar . Wishing you and your paper the success it deserves, I am, Yours truly, Geo. M. McAdam.
COMMITTEE FROM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE , SPRINGFIELD , ILL ., VISITS ADDITIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
COMMITTEE FROM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, SPRINGFIELD, ILL., VISITS ADDITIONS. Whittier Place, Hawthorne Hill , Holmes Place, Beautiful Additions , Platted by Mr. Spaulding--En-dorse the Fine Improvements . The members of the publicity committee of the Chamber of Commerc , Springfield, Ill., have commenced a series of visitations of the manufacturers and other industries of Springfield with a view of acquaintance and to secure the co-operation of the business men , in such lines of advertising as will best promote the various lines of business conducted in this city . Yesterday afternoon the committee visited Whittier Place, Hawthorne Hill, Holmes Place and other south and western additions . The members were very much surprised at the extent and attractiveness of these very inviting localities for residences and the number of beautiful homes constructed and in course of building which edivences the high appreciation of a great many of our citizens . Style of Tracts Liked. The members of ...
Cedar Side Farm [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
Cedar Side Farm. A New Man in the Ring . Mr. F. M. Brickey of Prairie du Rocher, Ill., has visited Cedar Side Farm and purchased two gilts of February 1910 farrow . When he saw them , he could not help from buying , individuality is what counts . One of the gilts is sired by a son of Premier Longfellow out of a daughter of Masterpiece and the other gilt sired by a son of Masterpiece, Master Premier C. S. 113000, dam daughter of Lord Premiers Rival. We have some good boars on hand of these two litters. Have a splendid litter of ten by Master Premier C. S. and out of a daughter of Premier Victor and Mr. Brickey could not help but say "that is a grand litter." In my opinion, this is one of the best brood sows in Missouri and I have reference to say this, as Mr. L. E. Frost saw her first litter last Spring and stated that they were the best he had ever seen. Mark this litter and buy one. L. J. Aholt, Washington, Mo.
Masterpiece Improver 132800 . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
Masterpiece Improver 132800. Just as we go to press, word reaches us of a deal in Ohio by the terms of which the enterprising and well known Berkshire firm of G. W. Bowsher and Sons, at Wapakoneta, Ohio, have purchased from the Lippincott PureBred Stock Farms, of Lima, Ohio, the fine young boar, Masterpiece Improver 132800. He is to share honors with the great show yard boar, Royal Duke 73d, bred by E. J. Barker, of Thorntown, Indiana. Masterpiece Improver 132800 is an outstanding son of Duke's Masterpiece Maximus 121000, one of the best sons of Masterpiece. His dam is Climax Riverside Lady 116092, purchased by the Lippincotts from A. J. Lovejoy &amp; Son , and she is a daughter of Masterpiece Climax 100001 . They think so much of this dam that she has recently been shipped to Danville, Indiana, to be bred to the Grand Champion, Rivals Champion 112500 . In adding another great boar to their herd , the Messrs. Bowsher have followed out their rule of buying the very best sires...
Testimonial Received by Mr . Cloys . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
Testimonial Received by Mr. Cloys. "Jackson, Tenn. Mr. G. C. Cloys, Union City, Tenn. Dear Sir:---The pigs arrived O. K., and am well pleased with both of them. I do not believe you could have picked out a pair to please me any better. You may expect my orders in the future when I need any more and will refer any one wanting Berkshire pigs to you. Thanking you for your selection for me, I am, Yours truly, Curtis Hogsett." We have other customers as well pleased as Mr . Hogsett and we also have pigs for sale that will satisfy. We find The Berkshire World a valuable advertising medium and its value is hard to estimate when pleased customers found through its help , continue to re-order and send in the orders of their friends. Our investment with you continues to declare weekly dividends. G. C. Cloys, Union City, Tenn
Dependable Parties to Deal With [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
Dependable Parties to Deal With AUCTIONEERS . H . O . Correll Taylorville, Ill. Carey M . Jones Chicago, Ill. W . F . Merriman ... Williamsville, Ill. Lloyd L. Seely White Hall, Ill. C. G. Isenhower Martinsville, Ind. G. M. Isenhower Martinsville, Ind. Fred Reppert Decatur, Ind. BERKSHIRES. Alabama. Monroe Farm ... Box 10, Monroeville Marvin Pearce Texas W. K. Pickens Livingston Arkansas. E. A. Causey Monticello T. J. Jackson Little Rock J . W . Wells Bentonville California. Mrs. O. J. Albee Lawrence A. B. Humphrey Mayhews G. A. Murphy Perkins Florida. O. W. Strait Thonotosassa Georgia. Loring Brown Smyrna J. G. B. Erwin, Sr Fairmount C. W. Fowler Marietta Illinois. R . A . Bloomfield Mt. Sterling Cedar Crest Farm Lake Villa W. S. Corsa White Hall S . J . Craig Elwood A . T . Doerr &amp; Sons Harvel J . Walter Hare Rushville W . S . Henderson Browning J . A . Leland Springfield A . J . Lovejoy &amp; Son Roscoe Maramech Springs Farm Fox Wm. Osburn Morris F . A . Rober...
THE Sheffield Farm Bulletin [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
THE Sheffield Farm Bulletin FULL of CONDENSED WISDOM of SPECIAL INTEREST to LIVE BREEDERS Vol. 1. No. 2. Published Monthly by Sheffield Farm, Glendale, Ohio July, 1910 Sheffield Farm Berkshire Sale will be of National Importance . Sale Date , Thursday , August 11 th Handsome Lee did not gain his fame as a sire by well written advertisements , published in the Stock Journals but by his winnings in the show ring with the very best of the breed and his get have , with proper development , stood among the highest types of Berkshires ever seen in show or sale ring . He is one of the greatest sires of the breed . Our prediction is , that if he lives , he will make a record as a sire in the Sheffield Farm herd that will equal , if not excel , that of any sire known to the whole breed . ( Signed ) J . W . Hibbard , Bennington , Mich . ft Watch for August List of Sows The August issue of the Sheffield Farm Bulletin will contain a list of the sows to be sold at public sale August 11th and a b...
QUESTION DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
QUESTION DEPARTMENT YOU Are Urged to Answer These Questions and Send in Questions of Your Own. As we have so often stated in these columns, we are desirous of a free and full discussion in The Berkshire World of all subjects pertaining to the care, feeding, breeding and marketing of Berkshires. We urge our readers to write us relative to any matters of interest to our readers and we will be glad to give such communications full publicity. The letter below treats of a matter of interest to many breeders and we hope to have a large number of replies, which will be published in our next issue. Little Compton, R. I. "The Berkshire World, Springfield, Ill. Gentlemen:--I read with interest your editorial in the May Berkshire World recommending hog wallows and wrote to Mr. A. J. Lovejoy to get his view on the matter. Mr. Lovejoy could not agree that stagmant water was desirable in the pig lot. Here, I think is a subject which you could profitably throw open to Berkshire breeders and I hope...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
HIGH-CLASS BERKSHIRES If you want Berkshires of quality, the good money making kind, at farmers prices, with a guarantee on every animal, or Collie dogs at $5 each if sold at ten weeks old. Write W. W. Burns, Salem, - - Ohio. Angora and Persian Cats I now have for sale some pure orange tabbies, also pure black and some black and orange kittens for sale. Pedigree will be furnished with each animal. ADDRESS MRS. H. T. MORGAN, Glendale, Ohio IN CARE OF SHEFFIELD FARM 5-ft. Boiler Steel Hogtroughs $1.95 Write for free descriptive circular "Made of Heavy Boiler Steel 1-8 in. Thick" FULTON SUPPLY CO., 1605 Fulton St., Chicago, Ill. Cooper's Tablets A Sure Remedy for lntestinal Worms 10 in Horses, TABLETS Sheep, Postpaid Cattle, 20 Cents Hogs. DOSE--One tablet for lamb or shoat; two for sheep or hogs; three for horses and cattle. Box of 100 Tablets, $1.00 Postpaid Wm. Cooper &amp; Nephews, 177 Illinois St., Chicago SHORT NO E MASTERPIECE BERKSHIRES MOVING SALE BARGAINS Grendwold Ma...
From the Secretaries of Some State Fairs [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
From the Secretaries of Some State Fairs Ohio State Fair. Columbus, Ohio . Berkshire World readers who are swine breeders are urged to become Ohio State Fair exhibitors . Money prizes liberal while competition is keen yet when the ribbons are won the winner of the animal has something to be proud of. Many Ohio people heretofore indifferent are just beginning to realize that improving swine breeding is an investment that pays good dividends. Our swine pavilion is the finest, most completely equipped of its kind in the country. The Ohio State Fair is an exposition in which almost half of the states of the Union were represented last year. The management of this Fair appreciate the men who make exhibits. As a rule a first class animal seldom has a second class owner . Improving a breed also improves the man. Our elegant lithographed color plated illustrated premium list will be sent free of charge upon application. Respectfully, A. P. Sandles, Secretary. The Berkshires will surely come...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 July 1910
Ball Bearing Throughout Every vital operating feature is Ball Bearing in the New Model L. C. Smith &amp; Bros. Typewriter (ALL THE WRITING ALWAYS IN SIGHT) Ordinary friction bearings are cheaper to make, but not cheaper in the end. Ball bearings properly made, as we make them, cannot grind themselves loose like common friction bearings . They work smoothly , noiselessly , accurately , without "play" or lost motion , indefinitely . They can't wabble. Our ball-bearing carriage solves the problem of free-running combined with absolute rigidity . Our ball-bearing typebar segment permits a capital shift , the easiest known , yet thoroughly positive . Our Gardner ball-bearing typebar joint insures, with least resistance, the accurate imprint of the types , in their proper places , always. The ball bearings of the L . C . Smith &amp; Bros . Typewriter serve exactly the same purpose as the jewels in an expensive watch. A cheap watch , with pinion bearings , may keep good tim...